How to implement CAPTCHA with OWA 2007.
Public Folders are one of the most useful features of Exchange Server. However, it’s possible that there are situations in which a folder’s visibility makes it desirable to have some extra layer of control, one final check, if you like, before something actually appears in full public view. This is where Moderated Folders come in. In this article, I will describe how you create and use a moderated folder in Exchange Server.
In this article, we shall look at how you can make some visual changes to the MS Exchange 2003 Forms-based Authentication (FBA) logon screen.
As Network Administrators, we are usually expected to keep our servers up and running without interruption for as long as we possibly can. Of course, no-one knows as well as we do just how temperamental those servers can be. To help you in your quest for high server availability, there are a number of utilities out there that will automatically monitor your server activities every few minutes, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. One such product is GFI Network Server Monitor, and that is what I shall be looking at in this review.